Sites et monuments historiques
Historic site and monument Église Saint-Joseph
Built in 1941, work of architect Jacques Berenger and the monk Dom Paul Bello. With its mosaic tile roof, it stands impressively in the middle of the urban landscape.
Historic site and monument Bourg de Loëx
On a protected, natural plateau is situated the preserved heritage village of Loëx. In the heart of the village you will discover its 13th century chapel and its 15th century private castle which belonged to the Bouvier d’Yvoire family.
Historic site and monument Chapelle Notre-Dame de Chermont
Chermont chapel, located on a hill opposite the lake, was built in 1880 thanks to the generosity and devotion of parishioners. Today, it shines out like a beacon on the mountain in testament to an earlier age of religious fervour.
Historic site and monument Tour de Naz
It represents the last vestiges of property owned by the La Naz family, whose houses have fallen into ruin. It was built above the 14th century underground vaulted rooms, which were a kind of entrenchment that had previously belonged to the original tower.
Historic site and monument Chartreuse de Pomier
A historic place, a privileged site... For your receptions: meetings, marriages, seminars, work sessions, conferences, exhibitions, concerts...
Historic site and monument Chapelle Notre-Dame des Voirons
Perched on the ridge between earth and sky, this Gothic chapel has all the necessary components to be a perfect place for contemplation.
Historic site and monument Dolmen de la Cave aux fées
Known as one of the oldest constructions in Haute-Savoie, this dolmen situated at the foot of the Voirons massif dates back to neolithic times. A journey into our region’s history.
Historic site and monument Monastère Notre-Dame des Voirons
At the summit of the magnificent Monts Voirons with views of Mont-Blanc, come and visit the Notre Dame des Voirons Monastery, the chapel and Petites soeurs de Bethléem's art studios.
Historic site and monument Bourg de Haute Bonne
Take the footpath up the Maxime ramp and you will reach this village imbued with a typical and authentic atmosphere, with Saint Nicolas Church at its centre. It was built at the beginning of the 13th century by Aymon, the Sire of Faucigny.
Le Top 5 des stations proches d'Annemasse
Partir skier au départ d'Annemasse, rien de plus facile avec le Top 5 des stations à moins d'1h ! (...)
À la Table des Chefs
16 Chefs, 6 artisans, producteurs... Trouvez votre prochaine escapade gourmande ! (...)
Office de Tourisme Monts de Genève
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